December 14, 2007, Newsletter Issue #116: Hair Remover: Epilation

Tip of the Week

Epilation is a process that removes hair at the root. However, much like waxing, the pain factor is high. Epilation entails the usage of a hair remover product that features rotating rows of tweezers called an epilator (the ideal length of hair for epilating is between 2 to 5 mm).

*While no product is a permanent hair remover, one session with an epilator can leave your legs smooth for up to 4 weeks. It's best to epilate after a shower or bath, when your skin has softened. And, make sure that your skin is completely dry and free from grease or creams.

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